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Continued: South news briefs: Update coming on Scott County homelessness plan

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  • Last update: April 2, 2013 - 3:51 PM

You’ll pay $25 per vehicle for recyclable items and $25 to $30 per vehicle for non-­recyclables. Some items may cost more. You have to live in those jurisdictions and show an ID.

To see a list of accepted and not-accepted items, go to www.ci.shakopee.mn.us/Clean_Up_Day.cfm. Or call public works at 952-233-9550.

Shakopee Rotary will collect furniture and household items for Bridging Inc., which serves people in need who’ve been referred from social service agencies and churches. Donations are tax deductible.

The Rotary is asking for things like “lightly used” furniture, small appliances, kitchen­ware, linens and games and toys.

Drop off items on the north side of public works that morning, or contact Tim Whitcomb at 952-445-6170 for an at-home pickup.

 

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

College ‘preview’ set for next week

Inver Hills Community College is staging a spring ­college preview early next week.

Financial aid, veterans’ benefits, degree options and transfers from other institutions are among the topics of the April 9 event.

The college is promising refreshments and door prizes during the free event, which runs from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building on the north side of campus.

Attendees can apply for admission for summer or fall, take a tour of the campus and meet with staff and professors one-on-one.

To learn more, go to www.inverhills.edu/preview.

 

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